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The Texas 13th Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of a $27 million lawsuit against the buyers of a highway construction business. Appellant Ray Hernandez sued Mohammad Motaghi and Mitra Khan in Nueces County district court, alleging that Motaghi and Khan breached a written contract by purchasing the business without Hernandez’s involvement.  Hernandez alleged…(Read More)

HOUSTON – Firm founder Ashish Mahendru was interviewed by the Houston NBC affiliate KPRC Channel 2 discussing the impact of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act on small businesses and self-employed individuals. During the segment, Mr. Mahendru stressed how the new measure would dramatically increase several benefits from existing law, particularly those involving family medical…(Read More)

HOUSTON – Texas trial lawyers Darren A. Braun and Ashish Mahendru of Mahendru P.C. successfully argued before the Fourteenth Court of Appeals on behalf of their client Nina McNew, a federal employee who is suing Harris County Hospital District for negligence. According to court documents, Ms. McNew worked at Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital in northeast…(Read More)

HOUSTON – For the second year in a row, commercial litigation attorney Darren Braun of Houston-based Mahendru P.C. has been named to the Texas Rising Stars list of top young lawyers. Mr. Braun, who represents both plaintiffs and defendants, was recognized again for his general litigation work through a selection process that honors no…(Read More)

HOUSTON – The Medical Journal of Houston has published an article by trial lawyers Ashish Mahendru and Darren Braun of Mahendru P.C. advising healthcare providers how they can use the Texas Prompt Pay Act to claim their rightful reimbursements from slow-paying insurance companies. “Healthcare providers cannot, and should not, take it on the chin…(Read More)

HOUSTON – The Texas 14th Court of Appeals affirmed a trial judge’s dismissal of a defamation lawsuit filed against a woman who complained about the treatment of rare white tigers caged at Houston’s Downtown Aquarium, which is owned by Landry’s Inc. restaurants. The appellate court found that Harris County District Judge Steven Kirkland…(Read More)

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